July 27 in History
1942July 27, 1942:
American singer and songwriter Peggy Lee records “Why Don't You Do Right?".
1973July 27, 1973:
Hard rock band, New York Dolls issues their eponymous debut album under the Mercury Records.
1976July 27, 1976:
American singer and songwriter Bruce Springsteen files a lawsuit against his manager, Laurel Canyon, and publisher Mike Appel. The singer accused them of mismanagements and fraud.
1981July 27, 1981:
American singer Debbie Harry issues his first solo album titled “KooKoo.”
1983July 27, 1983:
American singer and songwriter Madonna issues her self-titled debut album.
- July 27, 1983:
The American heavy metal band Metallica begins their “Kill 'Em Al” musical tour.
1984July 27, 1984:
Metallica, an American heavy metal group, drops their second studio album titled “Ride The Lightning”.
1987July 27, 1987:
English singer and songwriter Rick Astley drops his debut single titled "Never Gonna Give You Up,"
1990July 27, 1990:
Hungarian-American socialite and actress Zsa Zsa Gabor starts her three days jail sentence for slapping a police patrolman at Beverly Hills during a traffic stop.
1993July 27, 1993:
American guitarist and composer Steve Vai's drops his third solo album titled “Sex & Religion”.
1996July 27, 1996:
The debut single by English girl band, ‘The Spice Girls’ titled "Wannabe" tops the UK charts.
2007July 27, 2007:
American animated sitcom titled “The Simpsons Movie”, which is directed by David Silverman, premieres in the United States.